The Present Music ensemble - along with Bucks Native American Singing & Drumming Group, African American percussionist Jahmes Finlayson, Quasimondo Physical Theatre, Sigmund Snopek, Mrs. Fun and more - will honor the retiring Kevin Stalheim in a unique and extraordinary music event.
After a challenging summer dealing with difficult health issues, Dave is more determined than ever to realize his dream of playing a solo guitar concert at Linneman's Riverwest Inn for his 70th birthday.
"My Favorite Things," a song you often hear during Christmas time, reminds me of one of the very first OnMilwaukee.com radio spots.
As we enter not only a new year, but also a new decade, it seemed like a good time to reflect on Milwaukee's musical past. Here is a list of 100 great bands and musicians who have created Milwaukee's musical landscape and -- in many cases -- helped the world at large appreciate the cream of the Cream City crop.
Next weekend, 200 people will participate in the Tomato Romp. Who would you like to peg with a tomater?
In addition to meeting the new County Board PR mouthpiece, Doug Hissom talks about Ald. Bauman's transit battle, Potawatomi polling, celeb tax deadbeats and more.
After a year of recording, mixing and mastering, Heidi Spencer has released her second independent album, "The Luck We Make." Her first disc, "Matches and Valentines," a diverse collection of acoustic-based songs, came out a couple of years ago.